further

All Adjective Adverb
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  • He further said that he believed this could be done within five years.
  • There is no further information as to whether any agreement has been made.
  • He would go on to win the title a further three times.
  • A further line serving the south of the city has also been suggested.
  • Further education is also offered at most high schools in the city.
  • A further change was soon made, so the ball merely passed through.
  • It later became their summer retreat and was further improved during this time.
  • He withdrew his forces and played no further part in the campaign.
  • Further study has been taken with other medical drugs, but none are effective.
  • He probably wanted to make the needed repairs before going any further.
  • The cast went on various talk shows to try to further promote the series after its first season.
  • Further from the university campus, the influence of the University quickly becomes less visible.
  • Below animals comes the division for plants, which is further sub-divided.
  • The king immediately saw here a new opportunity of furthering his religious work. Cited from Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Ely, by W. D. Sweeting
  • It soon became apparent that the committee was too large for any further progress to be made quickly.
  • You may also take any of our other computer-based or furthering education classes.
  • To this one further note must be added.
  • Over time, the area had become divided and further sub-divided.
  • The data is further sub divided to show the distribution of questions between subjects.
  • These subject categories are further sub-divided into second and third level.
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Meaning of further

  • adverb To or at a greater extent or degree or a more advanced stage (`further' is used more often than `farther' in this abstract sense)
    further complicated by uncertainty about the future, let's not discuss it further, nothing could be further from the truth, they are further along in their research than we expected, the application of the law was extended farther, he is going no farther in his studies
  • adverb In addition or furthermore; further, they should be here already"
    if we further suppose, stated further that he would not cooperate with them, they are definitely coming